But Carlos Ghosn wants Mitsubishi to change…
However, CEO of both Nissan and Mitsubishi, and Chairman of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, Carlos Ghosn, says that’s not on anyone’s agenda at the moment.
Instead, Mr Ghosn he wants to see Mitsubishi “reform itself”.
Speaking at the opening of a new Mitsubishi factory in Indonesia, Mr Ghosn said instead of a merger, he wants to see Mitsubishi and Nissan cooperate on cross-manufacturing opportunities.
Those comments come after recent reports that Nissan and Mitsubishi would share the same pick-up/ute platform in the future (details here).
At this stage though there has been no official word on how Nissan/Mitsubishi will work together, as always though, we will keep you updated in our Car News section.